Need a Tampa Negligent Security Lawyer?
Any negligent security that leads to injury is covered under Florida personal injury law. Often associated with poor security at establishments such as office buildings, apartment complexes, nightclubs, and others businesses that cater to customers or people who live or work on the premises, negligent security can easily lead to a disastrous injury and irreparable damage.
For instance, if you were at a nightclub and were being harassed by an unruly or drunk patron, you should be able to inform the club’s security of what is going on. It is their duty to remove the person from the establishment in order to protect your safety and wellbeing. When this fails to happen, and you are injured as a result, you may be able to file a personal injury claim based on negligent security.
Club and restaurant owners, building managers and property owners have a responsibility to their customers and clientele to provide sufficient security measures. When they fail to do so, and someone is injured as a result, they may be able to be held responsible for their actions.
Have You Been Injured Due to Poor or Negligent Security?
If you have been injured due to negligent or poor security, you have options. By working with an experienced attorney, you have the chance to seek and obtain compensation for medical expenses, emotional pain and suffering, wage loss and possibly more. When someone else’s negligence leads to an innocent person being injured, the responsible party should be held liable. At the Distasio Law Firm, we are here to make sure that happens. Personal injury lawyer Scott Distasio is experienced in dealing with claims involving negligent security.
Hire the Best Negligent Security Attorney in Tampa
By using his knowledge and resources to recreate a scene, talk to witnesses and gather pertinent information, Mr. Distasio can effectively prove that you were not at fault in your accident. The ability to prove that your injury resulted from the negligent methods or inattention of security officers on hand at the time of your accident is not one that can be found in just any lawyer. Therefore, Mr. Distasio’s ability to do so for you will greater enhance your chances of receiving the compensation you need to pay for your medical expenses, and hence move on with your life. Contact Distasio Law Firm today for legal assistance.
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The Distasio Law Firm Difference
How do you know if you have hired the best Tampa negligent security lawyer? The simplest way to know is to find a lawyer that has all the below characteristics.
- Knowledge and Experience Handling Negligent Security Cases
Your lawyer should not only know Florida negligence law. That lawyer should also have years of experience handling negligent security cases. Scott Distasio has been handling these cases for over 27 years. His years of experience investigating, negotiating, settling, filing lawsuits, taking depositions, and going to trial will absolutely make a difference in your case.
- Independent Verification of the Lawyers Ability
All attorneys claim they know what they are doing. Their marketing materials may also be persuasive. But you will only know the truth about that lawyer if the lawyer is rated by respected independent non-biased rating systems. Scott Distasio has an “AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell law Directory. This is the highest rating an attorney can receive for both ability and ethics. Scott Distasio is also Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Trial law. To achieve this accomplishment a lawyer must have tried a minimum number of cases to a jury and pass a competency exam. Less than 1% of all Florida lawyers are Board Certified.
- Willingness and Ability to Go to Trial
Not all personal injury cases go to trial. The truth is most cases settle. But if your case does need to go to trial it’s important to hire a law firm that has the experience, resources and ability to try your case. Scott Distasio is a board certified civil trial lawyer. This gives him the right to call himself an expert trial lawyer.